7/28/2009 Scott Johnson's Father passes
In January I noted that Mr. Johnson, Scott’s Dad, was again facing a battle with cancer. I just learned that he lost his battle today and has passed away. I’m sure you all join
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2/25/2009 A death in the Family
Classmates, Kara Watkins and her family suffered the loss of her husband in the plane crash in Buffalo. Keep Kara and her kids in your thoughts as they move forward and try to adjust.
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10/31/2008 Grandfather, WOW!
Congrats Mr. Oxley on your first grandchild, we hope Mommy and baby are doing well.
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Hey everyone! Never left town except to go to college at Ball State. Before I could graduate from there I was paralyzed from a neuromuscular disease and after regaining the use of my arms, finished out my degree at IUSB. After a short three month job as a tour coordinator, I got into the Federal government. I worked in the Treasury Department for 18 years till I retired on Disability in 2005.
Unfortunately, I can't talk about my husband and kids....I've spent most of my life at doctor's offices, and none of them turned out to be single! Many, many health problems I won't bore you with. I have to use a cane or a walker now and can no longer drive. I still live alone in my own house with my six feline children (I had seven until just last week...my oldest was 20 and has crossed over to Rainbow Bridge). Gosh, my bio sounds really down, doesn't it? Hey! I'm pluggin' along and hanging in there. I don't know if I will be able to make it to the reunion or not. If I don't, I'm going to enjoy looking at everyone's picture/bio on this website. From what I've seen so far...you all sure were a prolific bunch! Take Care and God Bless!
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